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You know it's time to sell some of your radios when most of them are being displayed in the basement.  I am a high-end audiophile so listening to my music while looking at the craftsmanship of wood radios from days gone by is perfect, especially being in their beautiful original condition.  Having to part with some of my favorite radios was harder than I thought.  Prices have gone up after 30 years of collecting.  I'm already making a profit, so if the buyer can purchase a non-working radio from me, get it working and sell it for a profit that's good for both parties.  Click here to read my Terms and Conditions.
 

 

Brunswick 5KR (1927)

Brunswick 5KR (1927)

Beautiful all original casket radio made by Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. Radio is complete except for light bulb hood. While the radio was purchased from a retired radio technician in the 1980s and found to be in working condition, I have not used it personally but was told it was working and tubes were tested. I will include a copy of a license dated 1927 needed to operate a receiver in Canada. Weight 32 pounds; 27-1/2"W x 9"H x 8-1/2"D.  $149.00. (1570005)

 

DeForest Crosley 52 (Canada, 1924)

DeForest Crosley 52 (Canada, 1924)

Three-tube Canadian made casket radio in excellent condition. While the radio was purchased from a retired radio technician in the 1980s and found to be in working condition, I have not used it personally but was told it was working and tubes were tested. I will include a copy of a license dated 1927 needed to operate a receiver in Canada. Weight 6-1/2 pounds; 13-1/2"W x 6"H x 5"D.  $195.00. (1570004)

 

Emerson CS320 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1939)

Emerson CS320 w/Ingraham Cabinet (1939)

Nice little two-tone walnut Ingraham cabinet radio. Not normally seen for sale. Seems to be in original condition with original knobs and decal. Radio is working but needing a long antenna. It is BC, SW with seven tubes, AC/DC. 10-1/4 pounds; 13"W x 9"H x 7"D.  $249.00. (1570001)

 

Grunow 501 (1933)

Grunow 501 (1933)

Nice little two-tone wood tabletop radio. This five-tube super-het is in original condition except for the knobs. Chrome grille is in very good condition. Radio is complete but untested. It has a small ding on one corner. 9-1/3 pounds; 11"W x 8"H x 5"D.  $149.99. (1570003)

 

Stewart-Warner 1302 (Canada, 1935)

Stewart-Warner 1302 (Canada, 1935)

This is a very attractive Art Deco design radio. It is refinished with a new grille cloth, all else is original. The Canadian model is exactly the same as the American model, only difference is the transformer size, making it 8 pounds heavier than the American one. Manufactured at the factory in Belleville, Ontario. This high quality radio is working and sounds good. 23-1/2 pounds; 17-1/2"W x 12"H x 8-1/2"D.  $249.99. (1570002)
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Terms and Conditions  
Shipping charges do not include packaging materials; I have access to free packaging.  Shipping times and methods (including insurance) will be determined by the buyer at their cost.  If you want it professionally packaged that can be arranged at the buyers cost.  Depending on where you are located, we can arrange pickup at a small cost; this can be determined at the time of sale.  All my radios have been purchased within the antique radio collectors community.  My prices reflect radios that are not working, which allows the buyer the opportunity to get them playing if that is important to them.  I want you to be satisfied with your purchase so I offer a 7 day money back guarantee, return shipping costs will be paid by the buyer.

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